So from the list of @Bonyduck Campersang
- Civs like Serbia, Miami, Taino, Muisca, Punjab, Wanga, Samoa just to name some are in no way more historical relevant that the impact of Jin/Qing for world history. Should all these be rejected also since are not "valuable"?
After all these kinds of civs are representing regional quotas like the Eastern European civ, the native NA civ, the native SA civ, the Bantu civ, Polynesian civ, etc. Arent we supposed to disregard those "representation quota" civs (despite CIV already have clear regional slots for long time).
- It was specified that Manchus would be in instead of Tatars, in a list that already have Mongols, Transaxonia(Timurids), Ottomans, Afghanistan, etc. Tatars are way more redundant with those others in many ways and neither the Golden Orde or Crimean Khanate are at the level of Jin/Qing
- Around 60 civs in the list and only three would use a Far East set, less that the many options for MiddleEast/CentralAsia options. So even for visual reasons Manchus add more.